Transport

Important information:

Due to extending negotiations in the COP19/CMP9 Climate Change Conference the free public transport on the conference badge will be valid until November 24th.

 

Warsaw offers an elaborate public transit network of tram, bus, metro and urban rapid rail lines. Public transport tickets are also valid on trains serving the Warsaw conurbation. Schedules put up at stops provide indicative travel times.

The city’s trams and buses carry on-board electronic information displays backed up with voice announcement systems. Conference participants may use public transport free of charge provided they present a conference identification badge bearing their name. The badges will be distributed at conference venue upon registration.

More information about Warsaw public transport can be found on: www.ztm.waw.pl/index.php?l=2

All of Warsaw centre is a pay parking zone. Curbside parking meters are placed in city streets to collect parking charges as applicable in specific zones.

Warsaw is served by several taxicab companies. The best way to summon a taxi is by telephone. To that end, you may ask for the assistance of a City Information Point attendant.

To see the map of Warsaw and plan your convenient journey with public transport, we recommend using the journey planner: warszawa.jakdojade.pl/?locale=en

 

Important Information

 

November 11th, 2013

National Stadium – Warsaw University Library : bus transport from 6:30PM – 8:00PM will be provided

Warsaw University Library – Central Railway Station : bus transport from 9:00PM – 11:00PM will be provided

 

During COP19 additional night shuttle bus service between 11:00 PM - 5:00 AM from the National Stadium to Central Railway Station is provided:

From November 12th – November 17th 2013 : every 30 minutes until 5:00 AM

From November 18th – November 23rd 2013 : every 15 minutes until 5:00 AM

The shuttle bus stop is located in front of Gate 11 to the National Stadium

 

Entering Warsaw metro

Delegates may enter the metro after picking up the entry passes available in the so-called Passenger Service Points (Punkt Obsługi Pasażerów). There are single entry passes and reusable entry passes. If at any point the reusable entry passes are not available, the delegate should be provided with several single entry passes.


The Passenger Service Points are located on the following stations:

RATUSZ
CENTRUM
ŚWIĘTOKRZYSKA
PL.WILSONA
MŁOCINY

In exceptional cases, the delegates are advised to enter the metro using one of the lifts.